‘Snake-Scorpion, Parrot-Myna, Elephant-Horse… in Census, why BJP/RSS hate backwards so much?’ Lalu asked the center

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Not possible in 2021 in the country. The Central Government has clearly told the Supreme Court. Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav met PM Modi to conduct the caste census. Now the Center has questioned this decision.

What did Lalu Yadav say on caste census?
RJD supremo Lalu Yadav tweeted that the government which counts animals is not ready to count backwards. He said that in the census, all animals, birds and plants including snake-scorpion, parrot-myna, elephant-horse, dog-cat, boar-jackal will be counted but humans from backward and backward classes will not be counted. Wow! Why BJP/RSS hate backwards so much? Caste census will benefit all sections. Everyone’s reality will come out. In the second tweet, the RJD supremo said that ‘BJP-RSS is doing a big deceit with the Backward / OBC classes. If the central government cannot calculate the caste count of more than 60 percent of the total population of the country by adding an additional column in the census form, then shame on such government and the elected MPs and ministers of these sections. Boycott them.

Caste census not possible in 2021- Center
On the plea of ​​the Maharashtra government, the Center urged the Supreme Court not to direct the OBC population to be counted separately in the 2021 Census. The demand was made in the petition for the data of the Caste Census (Census) in relation to the OBC reservation. On Thursday, the Union Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment filed an affidavit in the Supreme Court in the matter. The central government said that the available census details related to caste are not reliable. Not suitable for any kind of reservation, employment or local elections on the basis of census records relating to caste.

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Shock to Nitish on caste census
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who campaigned for the caste census, has got a setback from the Modi government. The Central Government has clearly told in the Supreme Court that caste census is not possible at present. This is a policy decision. No instructions should be given in this regard. In such a situation, the question arises that what will Nitish Kumar do now? Since the Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav had met Nitish Kumar on the issue of caste census. Reached Delhi to meet PM Modi with delegation of 10 parties. The merits of caste census were counted from Narendra Modi. But in one stroke, the central government gave a message through the Supreme Court that there would be no caste census.

[Attribution to NBT]

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